COVID vaccines aren’t just for people—new types are helping protect zoo animals too. CFAES’ Linda Saif, an expert on coronaviruses in animals, is quoted on the topic in Popular Science.
Nearly 190,000 meals were packed and delivered to families in northeast Ohio last week as part of an effort by more than 500 volunteers from Ohio State (including from OSU Extension, CFAES’ statewide outreach arm) and 200 community partners who teamed up to fight food insecurity.
Registration is open for the next Environmental Professionals Network breakfast program, “Growing the Future of Agriculture: Conversations with Black Farmers and Educators.” It’s set for Oct. 12, 7:15–9:30 a.m., on Ohio State’s Columbus campus.
Columbus Monthly, Sept. 7; featuring Yolanda Owens, president of CFAES Alumni Society Board, and Jera Oliver, formerly of CFAES Advancement)
Click the image here to see the full schedule of activities in the Gwynne Conservation Area during Farm Science Review, Sept. 21–23, as well as a map of the grounds.
You can find this, too, in the free program booklet that’s available at the event.
We’re reupping this story from a couple of weeks ago. Farm Science Review, hosted by CFAES, takes place Sept. 21–23, and from water quality to conservation tillage, cover crops to forage production, and especially all the many activities set for the Gwynne Conservation Area, there’s a lot you can learn there in the field of sustainability …
Scientists from eight Ohio universities—including from Ohio State and specifically from CFAES—will lead the latest round of research supported by the Ohio Department of Higher Education’s Harmful Algal Bloom Research Initiative.
Read the story. (Photo: Lake Erie, Getty Images.)
Youngstown Vindicator, Aug. 23; featuring Dave Shetlar, CFAES Department of Entomology
USA Today, Aug. 10; featuring Aaron Wilson, OSU Extension
Bio Market Insights, Aug. 9; featuring Ajay Shah, Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering
Ohio State News, Aug. 5; featuring Justin Chaffin, Stone Laboratory
Nature, Aug. 2; featuring Linda Saif, Center for Food Animal Health